IEC FLORIDA EAST COAST CHAPTER

IEC FECC’s core focus to increase the professionalism of our industry though education and training; and foster a business climate that maintains fair and equitable competition with profit margins that are suitable for growth and a fair return.” – Don Sharkey, President, IEC Florida East Coast Chapter

"Hands-on apprenticeships, where workers earn and learn at the same time, are a proven path to good, secure middle-class jobs. In fact, 87 percent of apprentices are employed after completing their programs, with an average starting wage above $50,000. And apprentices earn a significant premium for their skills — as much as $300,000 more than their peers over a lifetime, according to some studies." - White House Summit of American Apprentices

 

The largest convention & expo dedicated to the merit-shop electrical and systems industry.

Why #IEC2019?

IEC’s convention is a unique one… It’s more than just taking classes and walking through an Expo Hall. One of the most important aspects every year is the connections made between industry peers—connections that last a lifetime.

The IEC community is a very special one, made up of merit shop contractors like you who are passionate about their careers. This event provides you the chance to experience exciting new technology, learn about the hottest new industry trends, mingle with new friends, and create new memories that you’ll talk about for conventions to come.

 
 

ABOUT

IEC Florida East Coast is the south Florida chapter of the Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC), Inc., the industry’s premier national trade association.

Founded in 1957 as the Associated Independent Electrical Contractors of America, IEC is a trade association of approximately 4,000 member companies, 90,000 electrical workers, over 11,000 apprentices in nearly 50 chapters throughout the US. Its mission is to develop and foster a stronger economy through the level of quality and services its members provide to the industry.


IEC Florida East Coast helps electrical, low voltage and renewable energy contracting companies and students in northern Florida area, gain an advantage. After graduating from our apprenticeship training program, you will become an in-demand electrician and have the potential to earn the highest income within the construction sector.


As a member, you can send your apprentices to an award-winning school, stay current on the latest industry standards. You have a voice participating in the collective conversation affecting your industry.

Discover the advantage of working with IEC Florida East Coast.

Executive Director & Executive Committee

CarolynAnn Mohr

239-771-3907

carolynann@iec-fecc.org

Founding President & Executive Committee Chair

Donald Sharkey

Current Connections, Inc.

561-863-0010 

don@currentconnections.net


Vice President & Executive Committee

Ken Kettner

Electrical Consulting Services, Inc.

561-478-0100 

ken@ecsinc.biz


Secretary/Treasurer & Executive Committee

Jeff Knight

Knight Corporations

561-689-3500

jknight@knightcorporations.com

Chairman Apprenticeship Committee

Bob Terry

Carpenter Electric, Inc.

561-508-5338

bterry@carpenter-electric.com

Chairman Government Affairs Committee

Rick Seymour

Carpenter Electric, Inc.

561-371-9381

ricks@csipalmbeac.com


David Nutter

Electro Arts Enterprises Inc

561-842-9336

dave@eaeinfo.com

Justin Kasper

Kasper Electrical, Inc.

561-847-0692

justin@kasperelectric.com


 

CONTACT

 Questions? We would love to hear from you.

 
 

IEC Florida East Coast Chapter

561-687-4893

5656 Corporate Way
West Palm Beach, FL 33407

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